Newsroom - Jul 16, 2015

IGS Announces the Opening of Operations Centers in Houston and Canada

RICHMOND, VA.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Integrated Global Services (IGS), the industry leader in the development and application of high velocity thermal spray solutions for corrosion and erosion issues in mission-critical equipment, is pleased to announce the opening of regional operations centers in Houston, Texas, USA and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Among the leaders in IGS’s Houston office are Wesley Cowley, Vice President – U.S. Business Development, and Johan deVos, Manager – North American Project Execution. Both executives, as well as a team of experienced project managers, supervisors, and technicians, have recently joined IGS from Alstom’s thermal spray division. Michael R. Place, General Manager – IGS Canada, Inc., is leading the company’s efforts in Canada.

“We are pleased to have built out our regional capabilities to efficiently serve our key customers in Alberta and along the Gulf Coast. Our services extend the lives of our customers’ assets with proprietary, high performance, alloy upgrade systems. Investing in these two regions helps us to strengthen our global execution platform to best serve those who trust their assets to our team and technology to achieve their production standards,” states Brian Simer, VP – Corporate Development.

More information on our global service capabilities, along with details on how to contact these two locations, can be found on the IGS website at:, by dialing +1 804 794 1646 or through email to [email protected]


About Integrated Global Services

IGS is the industry leader in the development and onsite application of high velocity thermal spray solutions for corrosion and erosion problems in challenging operating environments. IGS specializes in serving a global customer base with on-site technical solutions executed from operational centers throughout the world. The Company’s industry leading Technology Research Center in Richmond, Virginia, USA partners with some of the largest energy companies in the world in order to understand and solve difficult metal wastage problems, improve coating and welding techniques, and evaluate material performance.